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Japanese technologies of LNG mini-plants are of interest for "gas" projects of the Sakhalin region - EastRussia | Far East






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Japanese technologies of mini-plants of LNG are of interest for "gas" projects of the Sakhalin region

Questions and prospective opportunities for bilateral cooperation between Sakhalin and the Japanese company Mitsui were discussed by the governor Oleg Kozhemyako and general manager of the 4-th division of natural gas Mitsui Kadzumas Miyazawa

Japanese technologies of mini-plants of LNG are of interest for "gas" projects of the Sakhalin region
According to the press service of the regional government, issues of cooperation in the production sector were raised.

For Mitsui, which has been involved in the development of oil and gas fields on the island since 1992 in the framework of the Sakhalin-2 project, construction remains the key 3-th LNG plant production line. At the same time, the Japanese partners see great potential in setting up gas chemical plants in the region with the subsequent production of deep processing products.

And at the Sakhalin side, Japanese technologies of mini-LNG plants are also of interest. In addition, experts from the Land of the Rising Sun are ready to offer modern solutions for the efficient use of gas, for example, through equipment for vehicles.

In general, the spectrum of potential areas of interaction between the Sakhalin Oblast and Mitsui is quite wide. In addition to the oil and gas sector, these are: construction and fishing industries, agriculture, tourism, environmental protection.

"Mitsui" is known not only for its production achievements - the company carries out a number of projects of environmental direction. For example, to preserve the habitat of seabirds in the Russian Far East. And today it is ready to support other initiatives, including the conservation of biodiversity in the island region.

For Sakhalin, issues of respect for nature are of primary importance, the head of the region stressed at the meeting. Today, one of the most urgent tasks is to select the optimal technologies for the disposal of solid domestic waste. In this vein, there is an active search for options for cooperation with the Japanese business.

"Another important joint project may be the construction of the Marine Animal and Bird Rehabilitation Center in Sakhalin Kholmsk and the creation of a mobile rescue station for animals and birds from the water areas contaminated with oil products on its basis," Oleg Kozhemyako said.

At the meeting, agreements were reached to continue constructive dialogue with Japanese partners for the development of all potential areas of cooperation.